CDRF Announces Denise Mullinax as Executive Director

Denise Mullinax has served in the role of interim executive director since May 2018, undertaking the completion of CDRF’s next five-year strategic plan and working closely with the CDRF board, staff, and others to ensure business continuity in meeting the changing needs of California’s dairy producers during a time of transition in CDRF leadership. Continue reading

2019 Dairy Ingredients Symposium: Feb. 26 – 28, Santa Barbara, CA

“Dairy Ingredients for Tomorrow’s Marketplace” Early bird discount and ADPI Member rate ends on February 4, 2019.  For more Information and Registration details, click HERE. Hilton Santa Barbara Beachfront Resort (formally the Fess Parker Resort) in Santa Barbara, CA Come and … Continue reading

Are Health-Boosting Benefits Hiding in Some of Your Favorite Foods?

Love yogurt, kefir, cheese, wine, beer, kimchi, and pickles? A new peer-reviewed paper supported in part by the California Dairy Research Foundation, reveals evidence that fermented foods, developed thousands of years ago for their ability to avoid contamination, may increase … Continue reading

Why Dairy Proteins May Be the Answer to Controlling Insulin and Blood Glucose Levels

Davis, California People with type 2 diabetes know to avoid certain carbohydrates that raise blood sugar levels. Counting carbohydrates is as easy as checking the nutrition label on foods for grams of sugar. But carbohydrates are not the only nutrient … Continue reading

Annual Scientific Symposium Opens with Welcome by California Dairy Farmer

UC Davis hosts International Milk Genomics and Human Health Symposium International experts gather to discuss cutting-edge research on milk, lactation and human health September 27, 2016 DAVIS, CA – More than 100 international experts in milk nutrition, human health, genomics, lactation … Continue reading

Early Detection of Microbes Improves Dairy Food Products Safety and Quality, Boosts Consumer Confidence

By Marissa Stein What’s in our Milk? It’s not often you meet someone who loves bacteria. In fact, for most of us it’s the opposite—we constantly wash our hands, cover our coughs, wash our foods. But for Dr. Maria Marco … Continue reading